People: Timothy Lukas named Administrative Partner at Holland & Hart in Reno

Timothy Lukas

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CORRECTION: This story has been updated from the original version to correctly report Mr. Lukas' education credentials as earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics at the United States Military Academy at West Point and earned his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law. The original version reported incorrect information. The NNBW apologizes for the error.



Holland & Hart LLP recently announce election and appointment of several partners to new leadership roles effective Jan. 1, 2022, including Timothy Lukas, who was appointed Administrative Partner of the firm’s Reno office.

Lukas replaces James Newman, a partner with the Denver-based law firm who had served as Administrative Partner in Northern Nevada since 2013. Lukas practices primarily in the field of creditor bankruptcy representation and insolvency planning, according to a Dec. 17 press release.


He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics at the United States Military Academy at West Point and earned his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law.

In addition to Lukas, Holland & Hart elected two partners to serve on the firm’s five-person Management Committee, two new Practice Group Leaders and five new office Administrative Partners, the latter of whom includes Bryce Kunimoto, who replaces Connie Akridge as Administrative Partner in the firm’s Las Vegas office.


“We are proud to welcome these partners to the firm’s senior leadership team and are confident they each will be integral in continuing the implementation of our strategic plan that charts a course for the firm’s success in 2022 and beyond,” Chris Balch, firm chair, said in a statement. “The firm extends appreciation for the incredible contributions of the partners who served in these important leadership roles as they devoted countless hours helping to steer the firm through unprecedented times.”

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